Tag Archives: Void

A Witness of Fireflies, Parts I & II

A Witness of Fireflies by Michael Romani I Formless and void in the darkness The spirit of God removed the harshness God said let there be light – and there was light Seeing the good; He separated day from night … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Mallet

With our mental battle flags unfurled We debate what makes a better world What might it take to develop it? More than socialism’s empty mallet No matter what pretty and fanciful lies they drape They can never change mankind’s mindscape … Continue reading

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In A Void of Grace

In A Void of Grace by Michael Romani There is a constancy to aging with grace While we watch the globe changing its face Names that reveal more about our yesterdays Telling more about our all too human ways Than … Continue reading

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The Blank

The Blank by Michael Romani It’s not just wonder An artist employs It’s not a blunder That fills the void With things of art It’s a matter of heart Empty canvas devoid of light Paints its beauty in the night … Continue reading

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